Making Window Look Bigger
Master bath in a private home in Brooklyn New York, apartment designed by Eric Safyan, Architect, with Green Mountain Construction & Design
Example of a classic walk-in shower design in New York with a pedestal sink
Like the sliding door and the shelves on the side - webuser_912348942
Example of a transitional formal dark wood floor living room design in London with white walls
Use the dollar tree diy to make something like the mirror in the back - webuser_77997623224
Example of a classic carpeted bedroom design in Orange County with orange walls
Bay window could become an accent wall - webuser_534464349
Example of a danish light wood floor dining room design in London with white walls
The low back bench style here is I think what we imagine - tracylovejoy
Example of a mid-sized trendy enclosed light wood floor home theater design in London with gray walls and a media wall
Or a freestanding cabinet like this one but without the lower protrusion. - webuser_689756809
Elegant Living room, Detailed window arching.
Elegant living room photo in Phoenix with white walls
I like the cream wall and black window frames. The green from the curtains pop. - darlawatkinskitchen
Trendy multicolored floor drop-in bathtub photo in London with a drop-in sink and white cabinets
Outside mount Roman shade without valance - marymccormick48
Dining Area of Sunroom
-Photographer: Rob Karosis
Dining room - traditional slate floor and black floor dining room idea in New York
Dining sunroom is what we need. Use wall sconces to have necessary lighting for evening use. - sekelliher
Petite spaces are a great way to use luxurious materials and go for over-the-top style--a powder room should always be a surprise for guests. We painted the walls in bold stripes to visually “widen” the space, and papered the ceiling with an elegant silver leaf. The laser-cut drapery fabric becomes sculpture and adds dimension to the room. Photo by Beth Singer.
cool cut out texture on this outer curtain would allow light to pass thru - rina_m
Kitchen - large traditional u-shaped travertine floor and brown floor kitchen idea in Other with a farmhouse sink, shaker cabinets, dark wood cabinets, granite countertops, gray backsplash, stone tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances and an island
A DIY nursery on a budget.
Inspiration for a contemporary gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room remodel in Philadelphia with blue walls
live and love the colors of curtains and accent pieces. - mamitch
A modern TV room in Hove, East Sussex
Neil Mac Photo
Example of a trendy enclosed living room design in Sussex with white walls and a wall-mounted tv
you could get an ikea cabinet and put a stained natural wood piece on top. - ilenedeena
Example of a trendy black tile and ceramic tile ceramic floor bathroom design in Melbourne with a wall-mount sink and black walls
Dark, but bright with plants. This would make a lovely basement bathroom. Also, the door blend sin with the wall. - braden_cok63
Example of a classic white tile alcove shower design in New York with an undermount tub
if you decide you want a steam shower - beetree
Example of a minimalist freestanding bathtub design in Sacramento
wall mount fixtures and tub fillers - eaurite2me
Large trendy open concept medium tone wood floor living room photo in Austin with white walls, a standard fireplace, a plaster fireplace and no tv
Love the window walls and the floor- is that tile? - zohreh_karami
We used organic materials and light tones for this indoor sunroom to make it feel like it is part of the outdoors. The room includes a wall mounted television, painted ceiling and walls, new furniture and barn doors to close it off for privacy.
Ben Gebo Photography
Inspiration for a transitional built-in desk carpeted home office remodel in Boston
Both desks on one side with windows/natural light from both walls - matthew_jensen70
Perched on a bluff overlooking Block Island Sound, the property is a flag lot at the edge of a new subdivision, bordered on three sides by water, wetlands, and woods. The client asked us to design a house with a minimal impact on the pristine landscape, maximum exposure to the views and all the amenities of a year round vacation home.
The basic requirements of each space were considered integrally with the effects of sunlight, breezes and views. The house was conceived as a lens, continually framing and magnifying the subtle changes in the surrounding environment.
Picture window with single casement - webuser_869180881